About 80 people joined in a Walk for Values event in Suva, Fiji, on 29th April 2017. Local Sathya Sai Centres and the University of the South Pacific Sai Young Adult Group organised the walk to increase Read More
After a Category 5 cyclone struck Fiji on 20 February 2016, the Sathya Sai International Organisation of Zone 3 – Australia and Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Zealand, sprang into action immediately. Sathya Sai volunteers started offering hot meals, food packets, drinking water, clothes and medical care to the victims of the natural disaster. Read More
Sathya Sai volunteers from Australia and Fiji organised an annual medical camp in the island of Vanua Levu in August 2014 to serve the very needy residents of this remote island in Fiji.
Here is a video of the loving services rendered to over 1,700 people. Read More
In August 2014, Sai Youth from Fiji University practised placing a “ceiling on desires” by restraining their urge to buy objects, and used the savings to purchase and distribute 42 blankets and 60 sandwiches to the homeless living on the streets of Suva. On 31st August 2014, the students also distributed 36 pairs of trousers, along with fruit, chocolates, and food to more than 30 needy people.
During 17th–22nd August 2014, an annual medical camp was organised by 53 volunteers from Australia and 8 from Fiji for the first time on the island of Vanua Levu—in response to an acute need for medical care. Read More
On 26th April 2014, in observance of Bhagawan’s Mahasamadhi, 25 Sathya Sai volunteers from Fiji, assisted by medical professionals, held a medical camp in Tamavua Primary School in Suva. Five general physicians, two ophthalmologists, two dentists, eight nurses and three pharmacists examined more than 220 people. Read More
The seventh annual Fiji-Australia Sai Medical Camp was held from 18th to 23rd August 2013 in Fiji, under the leadership of Dr. Gunu Naker, Dr. K. Nadanachandran and Dr. Saras Nandan, assisted by 42 volunteers from Australia, one volunteer from New Zealand and eight volunteers from Fiji. The first day was dedicated to continuing medical education at the University of Fiji, on women’s health. Several lectures were given and medical papers were presented by attending scholars.
Over the next five days, the team of visiting and local medical volunteers, assisted by 40 medical students, drove to remote village schools and set up medical camps. Read More
Twenty-five Sathya Sai volunteers organised a Sai Medicare camp on Saturday, 27th April 2013, at the Nakaikogo Dharma School, Koronivia, Nausori, Fiji. One dermatologist, two dentists, three ophthalmologists, two gynecologists and five general physicians, assisted by eight paramedical staff and two nurses, provided medical care to 300 patients. Read More